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Ph.D Theses

Henze Bancroft, Leah C. (The University of Wisconsin - Madison) “High Resolution Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Bilateral Breasts Using an Accelerated 3D Radial Trajectory”, Advisor: Block, Walter F. (2014)

Steger, Scott Tiedeman(California Institute of Technology) “A fundamental approach to phase noise reduction in hybrid Si/III-V lasers”,  Advisor: Yariv, Amnon(2014)

Burgin, Mariko Sofie  (University of Michigan) “Physics-based modeling for high-fidelity radar retrievals”,  Advisor: Moghaddam, MahtaUlaby, Fawwaz T. (2014)

Zhou Li Indiana University”Understanding and detecting malicious web activities”, Advisor: Wang XiaoFeng, 2014

Chao Jia (The University of Texas at Austin), “Video Stabilization and Rectification for Handheld Cameras”, Advisor: Prof. Brian L. Evans (2014)

Kyle Wesson (The University of Texas at Austin), “Secure Navigation and Timing without Storage of Local Keys”, Prof. Brian Evans and Prof. Todd Humphreys, (2014)

Jing Lin (The University of Texas at Austin) “Robust Transceivers for Combating Impulsive Noise in Powerline Communications”, Advisor: Prof. Brian L. Evans, 2014

Asem A. Othman, (West Virginia University), “Mixing Biometric Data For Generating Joint Identities and Preserving Privacy”, Advisor: Prof. Arun A. Ross, 2013

Erich Zwyssig (University of Edinburgh)“Speech Processing Using Digital MEMS Microphones”, Advisor: Dr. Steve Renals and Dr. Mike Lincoln(2013)


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